Monday, November 24, 2008
Okocim (Polish Porter) and wisdom
Luckily Meterman is not here; he would have a few choice words for my latest post. There are a few good choices I have made in my life; going to University, marrying my first (and only) wife and ignoring that cold sales call about buying Enron stocks. Another smart choice is to always listen to wise men. This was the case with the learned shop keeper at Bottleworks in Seattle. He said I must try this beer; so I listened.
This beautiful brew is as dark as a forest fire night. A vigorous pouring leaves a fluffy head, but oddly there is little carbonation even though the beer tastes effervescent. The nose is all malt sweetness with mild chocolate and fruit. The taste is a little on the sweet side; lots of malt, with hints of peat, phenolic chocolate and an espresso finish.
This beer leaves a very long, lingering malt sweetness that is very pleasant. It packs a goodness like a fine scotch.
Alcohol Content +1 8.3%
You can taste the alcohol in this one; it leaves the tongue and mouth with a nice tingle.
I don't care how much this one costs, it was worth it.
Ingame Enhancement +1
There was no gaming this night. I just sat in the kitchen very contented and enjoyed my beer. After every sip I pondered various plans about how to obtain more.
10/10 BOOM HEADSHOT
Sigh.. Now I know how a zombie feels; an irrational and all consuming craving for a tasty, tasty treat. This beer shall haunt my thoughts, calling me from afar. If you have some, you might need a boomstick to keep me away.